This Week
  • Under President and CEO Robert Schick, Lyons National Bank approaches a key milestone.

  • Business programs at local colleges and universities work ethics into the curriculum.

  • Small-business lending plays an increasingly important role here.

  • As a financial adviser for Northwestern Mutual, James Farley thrives on connecting with clients.

  • A.E.Y. Enterprises Inc.'s game plan going forward is to continue to improve efficiencies.

  • The Schools Report Card has rankings for 27 districts and more than 250 schools.

RBJ 25th Anniversary Edition

A look back. A look ahead.  

The first weekly print edition of the Rochester Business Journal appeared in October 1987. To mark the paper's 25th anniversary, we have produced a commemorative edition -- a 112-page, glossy publication that chronicles the events, individuals and trends that have made an impact on Rochester and the local business community over the past quarter century. It also includes a section that looks forward, focusing on the forces that could influence the community over the next 25 years.

Take a look inside:

Retrospective of:
News
Fall of an icon: Kodak’s descent to bankruptcy
Education Economy: UR and RIT
Second Chance at Midtown: The plaza’s demolition brings new hope
Stories of an era: Chronicle of top local business news over the past 25 years
People
Thomas Golisano, Wegman family, Sands brothers, Arunas Chesonis and more
Companies
RF Communications, Manning & Napier, RG&E, Frontier and more
 
Then and Now
 Economy, Business and Education by the numbers 
 
Forecast:
Economic engines: Collaboration between universities and businesses
Small business: Increasingly diverse local economy
Innovation acceleration: Heightening importance of education and entrepreneurship
New breed of leaders: New generation elected officials emphasize business like focus
Looking toward 2037: Prediction of the business community’s next 25 years

 

Order your copy today

Click here to purchase a digital replica edition of this publication, exactly as it appears in print.

Questions? Contact Rebecca Spoont at 585-546-8303 or service@rbj.net.

Discounts are available for orders of 5 of more.
Copies were mailed to subscribers on 10/11/12.

 


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